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Arcade Fire to Release Deluxe Edition of “Reflektor” Featuring Six Unreleased Tracks

Due Out Digitally This Friday; The Reflektor Tapes Cassette-Only Release Due October 16

Sep 21, 2015 Arcade Fire
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Arcade Fire have announced a new deluxe edition of their 2013 album Reflektor. It will be released digitally this Friday (September 25) and includes six unreleased tracks: five new songs and one remix. On October 16 the six tracks will be released separately as cassette-only release titled The Relektor Tapes (the tracklist is below). This is all timed with Arcade Fire’s feature film, also titled The Reflektor Tapes. It will screen in movie theaters starting this Wednesday (September 23) and Kahlil Joseph directed it.

As previously announced, a 7-inch featuring the unreleased songs “Get Right” and “Crucified Again” will also be released this Friday. Those two songs (which also appear on the deluxe edition and cassette release) are now streaming exclusively on TIDAL through Thursday (of course you need to be a TIDAL member to hear them).

Below is a new clip from The Relflektor Tapes documentary that features the band performing Reflektor track “Here Comes the Nighttime.” Billboard premiered the clip today.

Previously that the band had previously shared the first clip from the film, which was eight-minutes long and essentially also a music video for “Porno,” a song from Reflektor. And we’ve also seen a trailer for the film, a shorter clip from the film that shows the band recording Reflektor song “Afterlife” with James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), and a clip from the film featuring the song “Get Right.”

The Reflektor Tapes Cassette-Only Tracklist:

1. “Apocrypha”
2. “Women of a Certain Age”
3. “Flashbulb Eyes (Dennis Bovell remix ft. Linton Kwesi Johnson)”
4. “Soft Power”
5. “Get Right”
6. “Crucified Again”



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